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. mary katharine, do you know who broekhoff is. >> yes. >> bill: he wrote a book about the greatest generation. world war 2 how far great americans performed during world war ii. tom, did you ever hear of hiroshima, that you sack can i and dresden? how about that tom? japanese weren't too thrilled when they seen hundreds of thousands of their people dying all civilians no. he is just so politically correct, drones. oh no they hate us. what do you do? it's so irresponsible. what do you do broekhoff. >> the path they are going down is not just to make this horrible moral equivalency right to refute. also to consider the grievances of those who are killing 8-year-olds in the streets with bombs. i don't think that you get to have your political grievances discussed at that point. not if you are chris dorner, the cop killer out in california. not if you are timothy mcveigh and not if you are these guys. we shouldn't use this as pivot point to discuss serious policy discussions. the drone debate we have been having for a little while. rand paul was right to race question about it we can c
than this chaplain upholding what the church teaches. now, here's the rub, mary katharine. >> right. >> bill: nobody is forced to be a catholic. nobody is forced to go to the newman center or to do anything with the catholic church. i agree with sally kohn who waffled around but i agree with her on one thing, these kids have a right to protest if they don't like what father shaffer says in his blog and that's basically what he is doing, just blogging. this is what i believe and why i believe it. they have a right and by the way you are looking at that kid in the collar, he joined some kind of, i don't know, crazy new thing or whatever. that's why he is wearing a collar there. but, the kid, both of these guys have a right to protest but they don't have a right to demand the university punish the priest and the newman center. and that's what they want. they want to punish him. >> protest is fine. but it turns out that the protest is to silence this other opinion. this is supposed to allegedly be a place of intellectual and spiritual diversity and inquiry college campuses end up being
washington, mary katharine ham and juan williams. where am i going wrong, man? >> i night upset you, but you are right. you know, i don't understand what they're talking about. to me, there is a big difference between an act of terror, bill, which is what happened in boston and act of war go after people that are in fact engaging in terrorism and trying to hatch plots to kill us. i don't get it. but, here's the thing. some of these terrorists, in fact, insinuate themselves into communities hoping that then the united states will not act -- will not go after them and, in fact, you know, this is the truth. the defense tempt department, the pentagon makes an effort to avoid any injury to civilians. this is not casual. they will avoid targeting people to avoid it and no acknowledgment. i will say this for broekhoff -- >> bill: it's worse than that, juan. mary katharine, do you know who broekhoff is. >> yes. >> bill: he wrote a book about the greatest generation. world war 2 how far great americans performed during world war ii. tom, did you ever hear of hiroshima, that you sack can i and dresden
as my guest talk to me afterwards. mary katharine you had great suggestions about things to say. we said every single one of those things last week. those things don't work for the legislatures. you are exactly right the agenda is coming from somewhere else and i don't know how we are going to beat anytime colorado. i would like to suggest that elections matter and so does money. elections wernt mentioned in this panel and what do you think of that? >> i agree and sympathize. i was speaking more on a national level where i think it's he has likely anything will pass which is why they are going to states. as far as elections mattering, the fact we have a great number of republican governors and republican houses and gnat in the state is a great benefit. right now it doesn't feel like it in colorado. on a state level i do think we have earned ourselves some defense against this kind of thing. i think ultimately what matters is when guns become normized for many people and you get 4.5 million people as part of a second amendment organization, that's ultimately what changes people's minds. t
in these moments and i think that works well for our side of the argument. >> thank you mary katharine. i'm excited to be here. went to work at the cato institute. i love coming back here because this is where my heart is. mary katharine had some excellent points. i get to do a lot of these things and usually i don't have as friendly an audience. i usually assume everyone thinks i'm crazy when i open my mouth because i'm a libertarian. one of the things i've realized about gun control advocates is they are in in their heads, they are in their hearts hearts. and we should be in our hearts too. the simple fact is for advocates, what they feel owards decpwuns disgust. when you say we are going to put guns in schools to stop other ghuns schools, their immediate thought is contamination. and that is fine. but what really is a contaminant is when someone goes into a gun free zone which is like a diversity zone. when someone goes into a victim zone and kills a bunch of kids. there is another thing that guides gun control advocates too which is the view of prohibition. i talk to a lot of crowds and i ask t
us from washington always per perspicacious is juan williams. mary katharine ham is off tonight. given up the policies of the obama administration and that's going to carry into the next election for the house and senate. and on to the election the presidential election of 200116. am i wrong is goldberg wrong. >> i think you guys are wrong on this. the press can be fawning at times. when you heard the president say you know the press' job is to keep him humble. his job is to be president and he is doing better than they're. i think he knows that he gets a pretty friendly treatment from the press. where you are going wrong is, look, at the same dinner, he talked about how there was that picture of him skeet shooting out of camp david and everybody immediately said it's photo shopped, it's a conspiracy. he never ever did that before the gun control debate he put up picture of him on top of some go daddy car. he hears all these conspiracy theories. maureen dowd, liberal columnist, "new york times" says he doesn't know how to be -- you know what, maureen, that was a liberal fantasy.
, a former political advisor to new jersey democratic senator frank lautenberg. mary katharine ham joins us, editor-at-large for hotair.com. both are fox news contributors. good to see you both. >> good morning. gregg: julie, is there something the white house should and could be doing in addition to say, oh, behave? >> i don't know the answer to that. almost every white house for the past 60 years have been trying to do something to deal with the kim dynasty. nothing seems to work going back all the way to harry truman. you have the bush administration doing carrot and stick approach. clinton administration doing the carrot-and-stick approach. the obama administration is doing the same thing. seems around since 1990 the first george bush administration when they started developing nuclear capability they seemed to sort of have the bellicose statements they put out in order to get some sort of concessions from the west, from the other six partner talks and it's the same cycle over and over again. i don't know what there is to be done really, gregg. gregg: mary katharine ham, one thing that
by mary katharine ham, editor-at-large of hotair.com and fox news contributor. and peter mirijanian former advisor to the clinton-gore campaign and gore-lieberman campaign. we're always going back to some issue based on the horrific attack that happened. we learn the family came in and they got asylum. i don't understand how you get asylum and come back and forth freely to the country you needed to get asylum from, peter? >> martha, you raise a very good point. this is individual case of a family up having through the cracks in the asylum process. it would be a msha if we looked at this particular case and somehow derail the overall immigration effort where you have republican and democratic senators really standing firm in the wake of a lot of concerns raised about border security and now we hear about asylum. , i'm cautiously optimistic something will be resolved in the legislation to address this but i would be fearful that, you know, you throw the baby out with the bath water so to speak. martha: but the bath water is very large. the bath is huge is one issue i see, mary catherine. one
manager co-host of "the five" on fox news channel and mary katharine ham. editor of hot air.com. good morning to both of you. it is my sense you will not get republicans on board, unless, mary katherine you can define what border security means. am i right on that or not? >> yeah. i think the first step, many democrats will say, look there has been more deportations there has been more money spent. and those things are true. what is also true the department of homeland security right now is not actually even measuring metrics for border security. if you can't --. bill: what do you mean? >> well, what happened a couple years ago during this administration they decided, well we need a more holistic account called, bci is the name for it. but they never came up with the new metric. so it is very up in the air how they're measuring the point being if the federal government is not even sure how it is measuring the security, byron york reported on this last week when they had a subcommittee on it and a bunch of democratic lawmakers said, guys you have to get in the game and prove to people
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